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Top 10 Skin Care Treatments for Ingrown Hairs

Sometimes, when you shave your legs or pluck your eyebrows, the small bit of hair that remains pushes itself back into your skin. When the hair begins to grow again, it does not grow out. Instead, it grows in. If you develop red or pink bumps on an area where you’ve recently removed hair, you most likely now have ingrown hairs. Coarse, thick or curly hair tends to grow inward. Several treatments exist for ingrown hair. You can choose one, based on the severity of your condition.

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How to Get Rid of an Ingrown Hair Without Products

You don’t need fancy products to treat an ingrown hair that is not infected, according to the Mayo Clinic. While black and Hispanic women have a greater risk of suffering from ingrown hairs after shaving, tweezing or waxing, any mom might one day endure the pain and embarrassment of this potential hair removal side effect. Unless your ingrown hair doesn’t go away, you can usually treat it inexpensively at home without making any additional purchases.

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How to Take Care of Painful Ingrown Hair

The good news is that, as a mom, you are automatically less likely to suffer from ingrown hairs. Young black men are much more likely than anyone else to suffer from painful ingrown hairs as a result of tweezing or shaving, according to the Mayo Clinic. However, you can still sustain at least one ingrown hair, especially if you tweeze your eyebrows or shave sensitive areas of your body, such as the pubic region. If the ingrown hair is not infected, you may be able to follow some simple steps to treat this painful and unsightly problem at home.

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How to Heal Ingrown Hairs

You know that ingrown hairs can cause problems in plenty of places. The bikini area, thighs and even your face may have telltale red bumps and show signs of itching and inflammation from hairs that don’t quite poke through the skin’s surface. Ingrown hairs can often be painful and uncomfortable–not what a busy mom needs with so many other demands on your time. You may even choose to forgo the extreme shaving and waxing that otherwise maintains your sexiness to avoid that itching and pain. If left untreated, ingrown hairs can cause infection and disfigure your skin. No one wants that, right? Treat ingrown hairs properly for greatest comfort and to keep enjoying smooth, sexy skin.

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How to Stop Ingrown Hairs on the Bikini Line

Ingrown hairs are hairs that grow into the skin without poking through the surface. An ingrown hair may look like a swollen red bump or whitehead that appears a day or two after shaving. Often, if you look closely, you can see the offending hair trying to poke through the skin. Your pubic area is particularly prone to this pesky problem, due to the shape and thickness of the hair. Unfortunately, aside from being annoying, these nasty bumps are almost always painful and often embarrassing.